From the Source: Tango Lessons, Live Music, Weeknights at Artango Bar & Steakhouse

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Posted by: Mike Foran
Artango Bar & Steakhouse Weeknight Entertainment
Tuesday, July 19, 2016 - 1:38pm

Recently-opened Artango Bar & Steakhouse launches a new weeknight schedule of live entertainment, Tuesdays through Thursdays at the popular 1920s Buenos Aires inspired hot spot. Alongside a menu of authentic parrilla-grilled steaks, meats, seafood, and 1920s retro cocktailsArtango now serves-up Tango lessons and live music weekly.

Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. it's Intro to Argentine Tango: a free, 30-minute group lesson covering basic steps, designed for first-timers. At 8pm Tuesdays: Beginner Argentine Tango: a 60-minute group lesson, perfect for those who've tried an Intro lesson, and are ready to learn more. $15 per person.

Each Wednesday from 7pm to 10pm, enjoy the smooth Latin sounds of Argentine keyboard artist Mauro Frosio joined by Spanish guitarist Agustin Alvarez. On Thursdays from 7pm to 10pm, Artango presents an evening of Old-World Latin Jazz as Mauro Frosio is joined by a rotating line-up of musicians.

Artango Bar Steakhouse, 4767 North Lincoln, Chicago, 872-208-7441.

4767 North Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, IL 60625
The 180-seat Artango draws inspiration from the 1920s golden age of Buenos Aires. Featuring parrilla-grilled steaks, Prohibition-era cocktails, and lively late night weekend Tango dancing.
Artango Bar and Steakhouse

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